House Crow

Subject: House Crow
From: brian fleming <>
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2008 16:23:53 +1100
I hope that if National Parks or whatever relevant government body does execute the House Crow, its body will be forwarded to Museum authorities for taxidermy, for exhibition. We were pleased when we visited Hobart Museum to see a well-mounted pair of Common Mynahs, with their nest and eggs, as an educational display - they were detected in Tasmania, and caught in the nick of time.

Anthea Fleming

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